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I thought the team would battle for a seventh or eighth seed. Right now, I believe they are capable of getting a top-four seed. So yes, it changed my opinion.
Yes, it's all about Embiid and Marco. Embiid needs to stay healthy and Marco needs to lead that second unit.
Probably not. The Spurs would likely want an all-star swap for him. They would want Embiid or Simmons.
Going 20-7 the rest of the way would be tough. I can see them finishing with 46 to 47 wins. We all know that they're going to lose a few games that we expect them to win. So I'm not sure if they'll get to 50.
Not really, because they were determined to not give up a first-round pick.
He never around for stuff like that.
I think they were great moves. One that could get him to another Finals apperances.
I have no clue. Before the trade, I was thinking LA.
Because the Sixers are scared that the media's interviewing Fultz will have a negative affect on him. A grievance was filed with the NBA over that. The league, however, supports the Sixers in not making him available. I wish I was making this stuff up. ... As a result, that's proof that this has nothing to do with a shoulder or changing his shot.
Nope, but teammates have been saying for a while that he has been looking good in practice. He just hasn't been able to make shots.
Yes, assuming he gets the ROY snub.
Best would be Miami. The worst would be the Cavs.
It's tough to say. We won't know the answer until five, six years from now.
He's under contract through the 2018-19 season.
He received an extension two seasons ago.
Nah, I didn't file it. But supported the filer.
A lot of that will depend on what he does in the training and the preseason. Under the circumstance, I don't think you just pencil him in because he was the first-overall pick.
I think he needs to address whatever it is that is bothering him. If he does that, yes he will become that player. If not, he will have a tough time doing so.